A cathedral by the coast
Palma's awesome La Seu cathedral dominates the seafront, with impressive features to admire both inside and out. One of the easiest ways to see the city's other interesting sights is from on open top bus which you can hop on and off at the different museums and monuments.
From the large modern marina and busy, working harbour, the broad promenade is a pleasant place for a stroll, running all along the seafront and with views across the huge Bay of Palma.
Slicing through the city are broad boulevards of smart shops, lined with pavement cafes to watch the world go by and narrow streets lead off into the charming, atmospheric old quarters of the city. By day or night, the maze of cobbled lanes and pretty squares are a delight to explore, finding traditional tapas, excellent restaurants and some cool music bars.
Abaco is one of Palma's most extravagant places to splash out on a cocktail in wonderfully over-the-top surroundings. On the edge of Palma and set into cliffs, Pacha is the top late night dance club, with guest DJ's from its sister nightspot on Ibiza.